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New AmaWaterways ship contemporary, classic

ON THE DANUBE — I’m on board AmaWaterways’ new Ms AmaSonata and this is one impressive ship.

Contemporary with classic overtones, she is the fourth in this class and she’ll be christened this week. 202 more words

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Carnival's Sun King A Royal Food Experience

Bob and Nancy Dunn are a big part of Ports and Bows and they wrote a great blog about the Carnival Freedom’s steakhouse on cruisingdoneright.com… 365 more words

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Seabourn's expedition once-in-a-lifetime cruise

Have you ever been on an expedition cruise? Ever thought about it? If they’re organized properly, cruises like this can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

More cruise lines are entering this field. 288 more words

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WestJet joining international competition

This story is more for my Canadian followers but, since all cruisers are interested in the effects of airline competition, it really is a story for everyone…especially for everyone flying across the Atlantic before or after a cruise. 333 more words

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To tour Allure of the Seas…just Google!

When I first step onto a cruise ship, the first thing I do is take a tour — camera in tow — and then post many of them on this site. 235 more words

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Cruising's Camp Ocean: kids and their borders

Kids are funny. Everybody knows that. Yet despite all the research Carnival did in designing its revolutionary Camp Ocean for young cruisers, despite all the experts who told them what kids liked and didn’t like, there was still a surprise when the program was launched this year. 397 more words

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Sixth Tauck ship on rivers of Europe

Upscale river-cruise company Tauck just christened its newest European ship, the 130-passenger Ms Savor, on the Rhine River in the town of Bingen, Germany.

This makes the sixth ship for the Tauck family, with daughter Liz Tauck Walters serving as the Savor’s Godmother. 189 more words

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